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Labyrinth Board Game Announced

You have 13 hours in which to solve the Labyrinth… but you can probably do it in 90 minutes with some pals, some beers and a whole lot of nostalgia with this officially licensed game from River Horse.

yourbothhands 3 years ago

Say Hello To Your New Favourite Month: Dinovember

Meet Refe Tuma, a writer, community manager and contributing editor at Paper Darts. He's also an amazing dad. Every November, he dedicates his time to his kids the best way possible: convincing them that their plastic dinosaurs come to life at night.

yourbothhands 6 years ago

Meet The Watermelon Kids

It's hot. Especially in China. To beat the heat wave, people are putting their kids in watermelons to cool them down and yes, it is as cute as it sounds. (H/T to Kotaku.)

yourbothhands 6 years ago

Nature That Has To Be Seen To Be Believed

It's so easy to get wrapped up in your life and forget that there's a big wide world of beautiful things out there so to help you get away from the mundane stack of paperwork piling up on your desk, here's a list of beautiful things found in nature that have to be seen to be believed. Some may need explaining but some speak for themselves.

yourbothhands 6 years ago

14 Pictures Of Eerily Beautiful Underwater Sculptures

In 2006, diver and artist Jason de Caries Taylor discovered the world's first underwater sculpture park in Grenada. He then photographed the monument which is now part of the National Geographic 25 Wonders of the World and spring-boarded the MUSA Project - a collection of over 450 public sculptural works, submerged off the coast of Cancun, Mexico. Here are 14 pictures of the mysterious, beautiful and harrowing statues.

yourbothhands 6 years ago

13 Incredible Examples Of High Speed Photography

Exploding lightbulbs aren't generally something to celebrate but fill them with colourful, quirky materials and it's a whole other story. Jon Smith of Wide Eyed Illustrations was drawn to high-speed photography because it captures something we can't physically see in everyday life... maybe that's why we're drawn to it as well.

yourbothhands 6 years ago